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Important for :

1

I. The NHRC has directed to the State government

II. to take utmost care to see that the families of the deceased

III. are suitably compensated

IV. by ways of monetary relief, without any delay.

II. to take utmost care to see that the families of the deceased

III. are suitably compensated

IV. by ways of monetary relief, without any delay.

A

Fragment I: The NHRC has directed to the State government

In this fragment the usage of the preposition 'to' right after the verb 'directed' is not required as the verb 'direct' takes an object immediately after it.

**Correct fragment:** The NHRC has directed the State government

Fragment IV: by ways of monetary relief, without any delay.

Here, the plural case of the noun 'way' is ungrammatical as the sentence is referring to only one way; monetary relief.

**Correct fragment:** by way of monetary relief, without any delay.

Rest of the fragments are absolutely correct.

Option A is hence the correct answer.

In this fragment the usage of the preposition 'to' right after the verb 'directed' is not required as the verb 'direct' takes an object immediately after it.

Fragment IV: by ways of monetary relief, without any delay.

Here, the plural case of the noun 'way' is ungrammatical as the sentence is referring to only one way; monetary relief.

Rest of the fragments are absolutely correct.

Option A is hence the correct answer.

2

I. To be fair, the RBI showed great regulatory forbearance

II. in allowing lenders to work out

III. remedies for genuine cases

IV. which faced a business cycle downturn.

II. in allowing lenders to work out

III. remedies for genuine cases

IV. which faced a business cycle downturn.

3

I. Indians and ‘Indian National Anthem’

II. being adjudged as the best by UNESCO

III. are probably the most common fake news

IV. going around the Internet.

II. being adjudged as the best by UNESCO

III. are probably the most common fake news

IV. going around the Internet.

A

Fragment I: Indians and ‘Indian National Anthem’

In this fragment, the definite article 'the' must precede the phrase 'Indian National Anthem'.

**Correct fragment:** Indians and the ‘Indian National Anthem’

Fragment II: being adjudged as the best by UNESCO

The verb 'adjudged' doesn't take 'as' after it so usage of it is erroenous here.

**Correct fragment: **being adjudged the best by UNESCO

Fragment III: are probably the most common fake news

The usage of the plural verb 'are' must be replaced by 'is' to make this fragment grammatically correct.

**Correct fragment:** is probably the most common fake news

The fragment IV is absolutely correct.

Option A is hence the correct answer.

In this fragment, the definite article 'the' must precede the phrase 'Indian National Anthem'.

Fragment II: being adjudged as the best by UNESCO

The verb 'adjudged' doesn't take 'as' after it so usage of it is erroenous here.

Fragment III: are probably the most common fake news

The usage of the plural verb 'are' must be replaced by 'is' to make this fragment grammatically correct.

The fragment IV is absolutely correct.

Option A is hence the correct answer.

4

I. With our demographic spread

II. there has been an urgent need

III. to codify

IV. what is permissible social behaviour.

II. there has been an urgent need

III. to codify

IV. what is permissible social behaviour.

B

Fragment II: there has been an urgent need

The phrase 'an urgent need' implies that the tense has to be the present one. The correct verb will be 'is' instead of 'has been'.

**Correct fragment: **there is an urgent need

Fragment IV: what is permissible social behaviour.

As it is not an interrogative sentence, the the clause will be in affirmative form.

**Correct fragment:** what permissible social behaviour is.

The rest of the fragments are correct.

Clearly, option B is the correct answer.

The phrase 'an urgent need' implies that the tense has to be the present one. The correct verb will be 'is' instead of 'has been'.

Fragment IV: what is permissible social behaviour.

As it is not an interrogative sentence, the the clause will be in affirmative form.

The rest of the fragments are correct.

Clearly, option B is the correct answer.

5

I. With a higher number of people with TB being tested

II. from drug resistance, the percentage with resistance

III. to the drug rifampicin alone more than doubled

IV. to 0.58 million in 2016 over the previous year.

D

Fragment II. from drug resistance, the percentage with resistance

Here, the usage of the preposition 'from' is erroneous. People are tested for drug resistance and not from drug resistance.

**Correct fragment:** for drug resistance, the percentage with resistance

The rest of the fragments are correct.

Option D is hence the correct answer.

Here, the usage of the preposition 'from' is erroneous. People are tested for drug resistance and not from drug resistance.

The rest of the fragments are correct.

Option D is hence the correct answer.